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Field: 6 ‘Urban Blind Spots’ 2017-10-05T17:00:50+00:00

Project Description

‘Urban Blind Spots’

Field 6 cover_Page_1

Full Text: field: volume 6, issue 1 (November 2014)

Editorial
Florian Kossak, Tatjana Schneider and Stephen Walker ‘Urban Blind Spots’
Articles
Gary A. Boyd ‘Rent: prostitution and the Irish Apartment Block’ 
Marián Potočár  

‘A Monument and a Blindspot – On the Precarious State of Modernist Architecture in Bratislava’ 

Hélène Frichot and Sara Vall with Sara Brolund De Carvalho, Döne Delibas, Oskar Gudehn, Matilde Kautsky, Anna Kulin, Katla Maríudóttir, Alistair Nancarrow, Malena Norlin ‘Urban Biopower Stockholm and the Biopolitics of Creative Resistance’ 
Bernd Kniess & Ben Pohl Contributing Co-Authors: Monika Alovjanovic,, Benjamin Becker, Aron Bohmann, Sebastian Bührig, Maria Burkhardt, Stefanie Graze, Charlotte Herbst, Katrin Hovy, Bernd Kniess, Tabea Michaelis, Meghan McAllister, Ben Pohl, Hans Vollmer ‘Why should one care about such a shack and its final five years?’ 
Francesco Sebregondi ‘Deleuze’s Fold as Urban Strategy’
Teresa Stoppani ‘Relational Architecture: Dense Voids and Violent Laughters’
Florian Kossak, Tatjana Schneider and Stephen Walker ‘Postscript: Urban Blind Spots’
Notes
Notes on Contributors from the field Notes on contributors